Border Agency teams up with police in drive to target foreign criminals


Scotland Yard has drafted in immigration officials to each of London’s 72 custody suites in a drive to target foreigners arrested in the capital.

Commissioner Bernard Hogan-Howe was believed to be the driving force behind Operation Terminus; a pan-London project under which teams of trained police and UK Border Agency officials have been quietly deployed to every custody suite in London.

The force said it was determined to deal more effectively with the 70,000 foreign nationals arrested each year. They comprise, it said, a third of those arrested.


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